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they are miserable they want everybody else to be miserable. i want to switch to another topic. the fort hood shooter nadal hassan on trial for murder killing 13 people plus an unborn child. supposed to shave his beard because that's the way it is done in the military. the judge who ordered him to shave his beard has been thrown off the case rather than shave the guy's beard. shouldn't we shave every part of his body tell him that's just the beginning for what he did for those people in fort hood? >>> oo shave him with a really dull razor and throw him into a vat of gerbils. that's why i am not allowed in leadership. there are the photographs from the 80s. we are in a culture of coward december which is based on enhanced sensitivity. when somebody is doing their job that is seen as an infraction it is seen as mean. this administration is suffering from islam phobia phobia. they are scared of being accused of islamic phobia. fort hood was a terrorist act and it was characterized as workplace violence. we are living in a time where we are tear fied of language we can't call things what they are. what h
of the affair. >> coming up later in the program, a look at how the eurozone crisis is making life miserable for greece's rural population. >> but first, here are some other stories making headlines. thousands of sunni muslims are continuing their protests against the iraqi government, demanding the resignation of the prime minister, accusing him of sectarian politics. that's after bodyguards of the sunni finance minister were arrested on terrorism charges last week. >> the president of the central african republic has appealed to france and the u.s. for help against a rebel coalition that has vowed to topple his government. france has declined to intervene against the rebels who have already taken several towns and are now advancing on the capital. >> heavy snow has paralyzed large parts of eastern canada. in montreal, traffic came to a virtual standstill. police are telling people to stay at home, as some areas are expected to receive almost half a year of additional snow. well, we are going to a short break. after we come back, we will look at europe's crisis year 2012. >> we will find ou
certain things because they're miserable and wants everybody else to be miserable. if they keep it up to succeed. another topic the fort hood shooter, hassan, killing 14 people, 13 persons plus an unforeign child. >> and supposed to save his period, that's the way it is in the military. and he says, no, that's against my religion. >> the judge was off the case, and shouldn't we shave every part of the body and shave him with a really dull, plastic razor and then throw him into a vat of gerbels. we're now in a culture of cowardess, based on inhenced sensitivity. again, it's seen as mean, you're hurting somebody's feelings. and wh country is suffering f from islam phobia. and they're calling it workplace violence and this is insane. we now live in a time when we're terrified of language. and we can't call things what they are. and what happened in benghazi, you know, it was called the ton spain yus mob. what was it, didn't want it call it terror, insane. >> it is insane. any advice from our audience how do we deal with intolerance from the left. >> well, you know, there's a book out the
makes you so curious. >> get my gun! >> also opening today is "les miserables" starring ann hathaway ♪ deliver me from this hell i'm living ♪ >> so if you even want to be more depressed this holiday season go check out those movies. anyway, we want to review those movies and tell you if they're worth seeing or not. our senior editor from rotten tomatoes.com gray drake is with me now. good morning and merry christmas. >> merry christmas. >> i'm glad you have your santa hat on. we love that. >> thank you. anything i can do. ho, ho, ho. >> well, like i said, these two movies aren't exactly uplifting holiday fare. is it unusual they're being released at christmas time? >> you know, the reason these movies are released at christmas time is because they're great. and this is the time of year where we need things to blow off steam so we go to the movies. and even though you're right. they're not the most uplifting things in the world they're fantastic. there is so much good stuff to see in the theater that anybody, whether they want to go with their family or without their family you'll
the beginning, it would be in three parts. "les miserables." even more miserable. tv again, wonderful performances from "modern family" doing well. sofia vergara up there. and "modern family" for best comedy. >> you have best actor. >> it's daniel day-lewis for "lincoln." and maybe everybody else can stay home. >> really? >> richard gere. and john cross was amazing in "the sessions." joaquin phoenix, in "the master." he went for best actor. and philip seymour hoffman went for supporting actor. that's was the decision by the studio. >> we're starting to see the trailers. we're starting to see the ads. what should we expect? >> let's put it this way. the airline version of this movie will be shorter than the safety video. >> that's the last line. chris connelly, thank you very much. >>> when we come back, they're there. let's show them right now. the stars of "annie." they're back on broadway. they're going to be singing here, live. ♪ i don't need anything but you ♪ >>> welcome back. one of broadway's most beloved musicals has returned. "annie" is back on broadway, 35 years of the p
serious. it sounds like a miserable experience. as lara said earlier, bookmakers are taking bets on whether the baby will be a boy or a girl. have red hair or brown hair. the baby weight and length and name, as well. >> we have seventh more months of this to go. >> exactly. >> yipee. >>> we have some other news here. including can cutting coupons actually lead to hoarding or an unhealthy diet? ahead, we're going to hear from an extreme couponer who said she was addicted. she finally quit. stopped saving money. >> i guess you can get out of control with just about anything. this is her story about that. >>> i'll tell you who is here, the lovely, by the way, jessica biel, is here, live. we have the inside scoop. by the way, she doesn't just have one new movie out on friday. two movies out. she just got married. we're going to -- some guy you may have -- >> what's his name? >> justin -- a musical guy. >> dancer? actor? >> we're going to catch up with jessica. and she is so much to talk about. >> this movie is great. it's "playing for keeps" with gerard butler. >>> we're going to beg
sensation for decades, the musical "les miserables" arrives on the silver screen. victor hugo's classic story of broken dreams, sacrifice and redemption, told in a way past versions never could. it's rated pg-13. >> django. >> jamie foxx is "django unchained." the star of the civil war era adventure. >> don't get so carried away with your reputation. >> a slave that teams up with a fugitive hunter to capture the most wanted man in the south. >> stop talking to him. >> calm down. i'm simply a customer trying to conduct a transaction. >> last chance. >> very well. >> but django never loses sight of his real plan to rescue his wife. she has been sold to plantation owner owned by leonardo dicaprio. >> he is a rambunctious sort, about he? >> the daring plot to save his wife is foiled by samuel l. jackson. jonah hill is also in this one. it's rated r. >> anyone brought an extra bag? i'm just asking. >> a variety. >> tarantino makes some good stuff. i've seen some stuff on facebook and twitter about that one. >> you have to see "les miserables" in the theater first before in the movies. >> i t
, because i'm getting increasingly fed up, bored, miserable with the whole thing. i wake up in the morning with fiscal cliff reverberating in my brain and i can see politicians playing the very game that you alluded to there on jay leno and it is a game for them but for other people, it's a very real thing. and the economy at the moment is completely stagnant waiting for something to happen. you've been in a position of very negative government shutdown with president clinton and a very positive, where you and he in the second term got together, got stuff done and as you saw, a surplus in the economy. so you know what the reality of these debates are like and what it's likely to be going on behind closed doors. what is the way through this and how is this likely, in your expert opinion, to be resolved? >> first of all, i think it took the very tough two closings of the federal government, one for six days, the other for 21 days, in order to get to a point where we were able to negotiate seriously to get welfare reform which was vetoed twice and then signed, and then to get four consecutive
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